Twitter’s postponing paid verification

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Elon Musk is postponing Twitter’s paid verification.

Twitter’s revamp Blue membership not  available as an in-app purchase on iOS. When it eventually relaunches in order to get around Apple’s 30 percent cut of App Store sales. Now Twitter’s postponing  paid verification.

 Elon Musk,  seems to want to avoid having to pay Apple’s fees despite openly expressing his displeasure with the organization.

According to Musk, signups for The New Blue, which allows customers to purchase a blue verification check mark, were suppose to resume on Tuesday after being stopped owing to a wave of impersonators. Platformer asserts that the launch has been delay, and The Verge has receiv word of the delay from a person with first-hand knowledge of the matter. 

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In his tweets this month, Musk has intensified his criticism of Apple. On November 18, he denounced the App Store price cut, calling it a “hidden 30% tax on the Internet.” Additionally, he claimed on Monday that Apple, a rumored major sponsor of Twitter, had “largely” stopped running advertisements on the social media platform and had “threatened to withdraw Twitter from its App Store, but won’t tell us why.”

Twitter’s verified service with colors will launch soon.

Musk’s tweets haven’t received an official response from Apple, but observers have theorized that actions like his decision to fire a large number of content moderation staff members or his decision to reinstate suspended accounts for Donald Trump could put Twitter in violation of App Store policies.

Source: theverge

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